Welcome to The Institute of Internal Auditors
|2014 MEMBERSHIP DRIVE CAMPAIGN
From 1 March to 31 August 2014, The Institute of Internal Auditors Malaysia is promoting its 2014 membership drive campaign. Casually mention to your colleagues and friends that you belong to a professional association for internal auditors. Share the benefits of your membership with them. Tell them what they miss. Recruit them to be members of IIA Malaysia and you will be rewarded.
“Share the Benefits of Your Affiliation”
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|Maturing With Wisdom For Future Generation
Like a matured tree with multiple rings in its trunk, each tells the wisdom of the old guiding the young. Setting the foundation from the start to where it is now. Our challenge is to grow and nurture the next generation of internal auditors.
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|QUALITY ASSURANCE REVIEW
Effective 1 January 2002, The IIA International Standards for the Professional Practice of Internal Auditing Standards) require that external assessment, such as quality assurance review, should be conducted at least once every five years by a qualified, independent reviewer from outside the organisation.
|Statement on Risk Management & Internal Control – Guidelines for Directors of Listed Issuers
An industry led Task Force was established to revise the Statement on Internal Control (issued in 2000) to reflect the various amendments made to the Malaysian Code on Corporate Governance and Bursa Malaysia‘s Listing Requirements. Besides these changes, the revisions in this guidance also reflect emphasis on the importance of ensuring that apart from the system of internal control, risk management practices are in place in the company. Reporting by the boards of director s on risk management and internal control system within their companies has become an important part of corporate governance disclosure requirement.
A Study of Malaysian Internal Auditors’ Role in Risk Management
This survey is part of a study we are conducting on the perceptions of internal auditors about their role in risk management.
There are no correct or incorrect answers to items in this survey. Although some items may appear similar to others, they express differences that are important to this study. The results of this research will provide useful commentary to the internal audit profession.
All information collected remains anonymous and confidential. All responses will be kept in the strictest confidence and will not be shared with parties outside of our research team. All personal information will be used purely for classification purposes only, and you have the no-obligation option of withdrawing your participation in this study at any time. However, we would like to encourage your participation in this study. Your responses will prove invaluable in advancing the understanding of the perceptions of internal auditors’ risk management role in Malaysia.
Completing this survey and emailing the completed survey back to IIA Malaysia indicates consent to participate in this survey.